Looking back at the cyber security trends over the last decade, the future can certainly look grim. The presentation will discuss the state of cyber security in Canada and in the world, and how the fragile equilibrium between threats, vulnerabilities and safeguards is being disrupted. This situation has in turn made managing cyber risks in a large enterprise a significant challenge. These themes will be explored on a backdrop of cloud, AI, cyber warfare and compliance. Some lessons learned and way forward will be proposed.
Mr. Beaudoin is currently the Director of IM/IT Security for the Department of National Defence. Prior to this appointment, Mr. Beaudoin held various cyber operations positions, namely as manager of CSE’s IPC, Bell Canada’s IPC, DND CFNOC, and Chief of Cyber Operations at the Canadian Cyber Incident Response Centre, Canada’s national CERT, now part of the Cyber Centre. Luc spent 8 years with Defence R&D Canada leading Cyber R&D efforts, and ten years as a telecommunication officer (CELE) in DND/CAF. Mr. Beaudoin holds a degree in electrical engineering with honors from the Royal Military College of Canada, a Master in Business Administration from the University of Québec in Montréal, and a Master in Sciences from University of Ottawa.
This event is eligible for 1.5 CPE credits for ISACA and may be eligible for CPE credits with other professional organizations.
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